WIND & WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES

UNTIL 10 PM & 4 PM TUESDAY

The National Weather Service in Grand Rapids maintians WIND ADVISORIES for Ionia, Allegan, Barry, Van Buren, Kalamazoo, Calhoun, Berrien, Cass, St. Joe, and Branch counties until 10 PM.  45-50 mph gusts are verifying and may create some power outages, downed trees, or branches.  

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES start at 4 PM and last until 4 PM Tuesday in Ottawa, Kent, Muskegon, Oceana, Newaygo, Mecosta, and Montcalm counties.  Snowfall may exceed 6" through late Tuesday.  Blowing and drifting snow is likely.  

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Survey finds Americans more skeptical of the Bible

NEW YORK (AP) - A new poll finds a sharp increase in the number of Americans who consider the Bible merely the teachings of men rather than the word of God.
   
The fourth annual State of the Bible survey was conducted just over two months ago by the Barna Group for the American Bible Society.
   
It found that while about one in five Americans continue to read the Bible at least four times a week and view it as divinely inspired, an equal percentage doubt the Bible's relevance and authority. That's almost twice the percentage of those who were skeptical of the Bible in 2011.
   
The survey found the greatest increase in indifference toward the Bible was among Americans between the ages of 18 and 29.
   
Spokesman Geof Morin (jeff MOHR'-in) says the American Bible Society hopes to reach more of that generation through their cell phones with daily verses and Bible studies.
   
Society President Roy Peterson says he hopes more Americans will turn to the Bible to "make sense of life" and reverse what many see as the nation's "moral decline."

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